British people have been told not to leave the country for at least 30 days in new coronavirus lockdown

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British people have been told to cancel all non-essential travel globally as the country ramps up its response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The UK Foreign Secretary told the UK Parliament on Tuesday that it would advise British people not to leave the country for at least 3o days.

“Today the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised against all non-essential international travel, initially for a period of 30 days. This advice takes effect immediately,” The Foreign Office said in a statement.

“This change in travel advice reflects the pace at which other countries are either closing their borders or implementing restrictive measures in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.”

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